1-axis accelerometer A/27/E

1-axis accelerometer
1-axis accelerometer
1-axis accelerometer
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miniature, adhesive, industrial, for automotive applications, for machine condition monitoring

0.7 kHz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, 12 kHz, 50 kHz


• 1.8gm Ultra Lightweight Design • 11.1 x 7.1 x 5.4mm • -50˚C • 200˚C • M3.5 KP • Konic Shear Piezo-Ceramic • Adhesive mounting with detachment tool for easy mounting/removal included Modal Analysis of lightweight structures Automotive Aerospace Machine Monitoring Condition Monitoring Impact Testing Industrial Vibration Shaker Testing Structural Testing Auto/Aero structural body surveys Sub-miniature teardrop charge output accelerometer. Manufactured in Titanium and features an all welded construction for a robust build. Using the DJB unique Konic Shear® sensing element the low mass of the A/27/E renders it transparent in the vast majority of light weight structure vibration measurement applications. The A/27/E is adhesive mounted. A detachment tool is provided to shear adhesive joints. Shock removal is to be avoided as being deleterious to the integrity of the transducer. Abrasive cleaning of the attachment face will reduce base thickness over time; sparing use of adhesive will aid longevity and data accuracy. All welded hermetically sealed construction. All DJB Accelerometers are calibrated on site prior to despatch, and are accompanied by a calibration chart with temperature and frequency responses listed. Periodic calibration can be carried out with our VC-01 Handheld Calibrator whilst we also offer a full calibration service including cross axis checks to aid accuracy of data. We are able to provide this service for all makes of accelerometer with a full report given for each device. Please contact us with an enquiry
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